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Keynote: Gracefulness in maneuverings and moves. Staying on
Stingrays are relatives of the sharks. They have flattened,
flounder-like shapes with long whiplike
tails that have a stinger or poisonous spine attached. Stingrays
have electro-receptors on
their snout by which they accurately detect buried food. Some
generate and emit low level
electrical pulses that help them to guide and recognize food
and danger. Often, when stingrays
are totems or messengers, people get tingling sensations to
alert them to the presence of danger,
and treasures, etc.
A network of nerves informs the stingray of the position of
each part of its body wherever it is
swimming. For those to whom the stingray is a totem, there is
a natural gracefulness, a sense of
never being lost. This individual is usually confident in maneuvering
and operating in whatever
environment in which he or she is found. For those to whom stingray
is just appearing, the ability
to maneuver gracefully in new environments will need to be developed.
When the stingray appears, trust in your own inner guidance.
Trust in your own ability to find
what is beneath the surface. Do not be afraid to whip that tail
around to protect your own dance
in life. It will be much smoother and more graceful than you
Ask if you are hesitating to make the moves that are necessary?
Some species reach a large size, and some, especially on the
American Pacific coast, are very
destructive to oysters. *Mine: this would indicate that oysters
are to be studied as prey, or what
will feed the influence of stingray in your life and strengthen
you. Sorry, that's all I have on this
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